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Yes, there is a lot of recursion (in sections, lists, etc.). I am just
surprised that no one has run into this before. Maybe no one is using
Word to edit XML using custom schemas.
Jeff Greif <email@example.com>
Please respond to jgreif
To: Nadia.Swaby@pwc.ca, "firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: [xml-dev] Word 2003 custom schema limitations
Possibly some content model is recursive (e.g. block elements in HTML).
> Hi David,
> I did some grouping so that some of the elements (i.e. links, footnotes
> and the like) are no longer global.
> Maybe that's what the problem is. I will have to do some testing to
> David Carlisle <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> 2006-05-17 09:58
> To: Nadia.Swaby@pwc.ca
> cc: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: [xml-dev] Word 2003 custom schema
>> So, I got our custom DTD converted to a schema
>> The XML schema cannot be used because it has more than 256 levels of
> Given that all element declarations in a DTD are global, how did the
> conversion end up with (presumably) 256 levels of element tyope
> declaration? I don't know anything about Word's restrictions, but
> couldn't you have a simpler schema?